El Dorado High School - Riffle Yearbook (Placerville, CA)
- Class of 1974
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it's waiting right outside the storm.
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Homecoming Queen, Deby Womack, escorted by Mark McKinstry itopi
reigned over the ceremonies of Homecoming night. The seniors topped off
their week of victory by winning the float contest with their masterpiece
pictured at bottom right.
Our team showed undying effort in their
unsuccessful struggle to "WOMP ON THE
WARRl0RS" labovel, but our loss was soon
forgotten as people boogied away their troubles to
the music of Our Joy lleft and top leftl.
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Class of '74 takes
SDIRITI WEEK hOl'lOl2S, AGAIN
The Seniors did a repeat performance of
their sophomore year by winning the
Spirit Week competition. Over all, the
week was filled with excitement and
mounting tension for the big game. The
variety of dress up days. the rally. the
parade, the game and the dance all
contributed to a week of fun.
Below. Larry Parks. "The Stoned
Ranger". leads the Thespians in another
of their fantastic skits. Darlene Fassett
and Denise Cook clown around with
Miss Boesch loppositel. While John
Mosbacher stuffs his face lmiddle rightl,
the songleaders, in their 50's attire. rock
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Galt's Homecoming Queen. Donna Mosbacher, depicts
the beauty found at his high school labove Ieftl. Paul Floyd
and John Riley seem entranced by Peggy Horton's
costume loppositei. while the mascots, Linda and Vicki,
look petrified as the cameraman captures a surprise shot.
labovel. The seniors labovel demonstrate the enthusiasm
which made capturing Spirit Week a cinch.
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Chom Concept was One
The Christmas concert put on by the 1973-74 choir proved to
be one of their best efforts. With Mrs. McGauhey as their
advisor, the choir made the concert one to remember, Some of
the highlights included a solo by our A.F.S. exchange student
Florci Esquivel loppositel.
Above, Mrs. McGauhey gives the choir the "A-Okay" sign,
showing her approval. The choir has increased in size
tremendously this year, as shown by the group shots of the
performance lopposite and above rightl.
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The roadshow attracted many strange
guests, including Monty Whittaker
loppositel. who was the bearer of gifts
for everyone. Before the performance,
Scott Gruwell. Lori Scariot. and Chris
Howell "psyche" themselves up and go
over their lines lbelowl. The driver of the
late. late bus. Jim Feathers, delivers a
group just on time for the show.
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SADI6 hAWkll1S WAS A WIDGCIHG of mGmORl6S
Even though it was held at Markham this year, Sadie Hawkins
was a smash. Many couples were "hitched" by Preacher Egor,
including Curt Hamady and Helen Peck ltop Ieftl. Murna
Murphy and Gary Harp ltop rightl took the best costume prize.
and Debbie Botnen was first-runner-up for Miss Sadie
Hawkins labovel. The band, White Fire was great and everyone
enjoyed them, especially Darien Davis loppositel who seems
to be enjoying everything!!
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Spank of enthusiasm
Freshmen promoted spirit all through the year, and
homecoming was one example of the support inspired by the
class of '77. Their second place float lpictured belowl proved
that their great effort was well rewarded.
CAPTIONS Bottom: Scott Salamy plays a Womped on Warrior
for the homecoming parade.
Below: Kathy Graf, Denise Bye, and Sally Ceccarelli work on
Opposite page: Shawn Netherda. Meredith Riley. Robin Allen,
Julie Nichols, Randy Fritzemeier, Sally Ceccarelli, Sue
Buckingham, Susan Salamy, Richard Revaz, and Kathy
Anderson ride in the truck pulling the float during the parade.
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GAITIGS ADO RAHIGS
Right: Robin Allen, Marcie Huston, and
Sally Carpender along with friends
applaud a yardage gain during a football
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llneshmen Sell Out
Diana Galland Bert Gibber Diana Girardin James Gonzales
Don Garrctl Voncile Gibber Darlene Glessman Robert Gonzales
Erin Gavin Kathy Gillihan Jose Gonzales Frank Goodwin
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Above: Joanna Stefanski and lUpper Rightl Peggy Nerwin
sell tickets at the football games.
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Dawn Grogan John Gullev
Marie Guerin Julie Hall
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Denise Hanson Kathy Hayes
MHVV Harrison Debbie Heagey
Dewey Cast helps a friend sell popcorn.
Joe Heberer Chris Hill Scot, House Danny Hum
Diana Henderson Terrv Hlll Melody Hovenden Lena Hunt
Jennifer Henderson Mike Hokanson Karen Hove, Marcin Huston
Peggy Horton Carol Howard Valerie Jacobs
Andy Houghtaling Kara Howard Curt Jennings
Carolyn House Jerry Hugo Ramona Jennison
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time to Gather: with llmenos
Patty Jeremiah Lisa Johnson Catherine Karrasch Andy Kenyon
Cathy Johnson Shirley Johnson Aaron Kast Pat Kinkade
Jeff Johnson Cindy Jones Mike Kemp Elsie Kirkland
Kari Johnson Sheri Kaehele Kevin Kenworthy Paul Knutson
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Women's lie tmumpheo
Eve Ouellet Terri Patterson Jay Peabody Barbara Peck
Denise Paiva Virginia Patterson Jeff Pearson Yvette Perryman
Cary Park Lorna Payton Kathy Pease Karen Petersen
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Above: Beauty and brains combine to provide leadership with
Kathy Tomlinson, Secretary: Kathy Sharpe. Representative:
Susan Pratt. President: Jenny Wright. Vice President: and
Roberta Morris, Treasurer. Above right: Subversives Robert
Fisher and Robert Delsman ineffectually plot against female
leaders in a R.A.T. meeting,
Michelle Pollen Susan Pratt
Steve Posten Randy Pretzer
Langley Pratt Vera Prince
Sandy Pratt Debby Pryor
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Kirk Regal Jeff Richard Meredith Riley Jill Rogers Ricardo Samaniego Trina Savage
Richard Flevaz David Richerson Rich Roberts Timothy Roth Mike Sanders Jeri Scambler
'HE vimzann Densonalities
Won llnosh titles
Marcie Houston and Peter Cova were
voted Favorites by their classmates.
DB. helpeo Bullo llneshman
Boones Seven Ways
Top right: Gay Cheney attempts a straddle on the horse.
Middle right: Chris Mikkola and Andy Kenyon look on in awe.
Bottom right: Jennifer Bennett seems to be saying "Anda one
anda two!" Opposite page clockwise: Jeff Pearson looks tired
after a hard period of P.E. Pam Cassula seems to be saying to
Sophomore Debbie Jobson "Are you sure Olga Korbitt got
started this way?". Freshman girls relax and wait for Miss
Rocha. Ricky Carlson blocks Danny Holder from making a
Diane Teague Andrcw Thomas Frank Todd
Tim Teasley Diana Thomas Kathy Tomlinson
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Right: In P8iT Science Elaine Carter and
Steve Berthinier sketch microscope
slides while Joe Heberer shows Debbie
Hunger a cross section of a root tip
under his microscope. Middle Right:
Greg Wheeldon and Marc Beauchamp
check their electrical circuit in Mr.
Ron VBQCIBYISQB Dave Vogel Jim Watson
SIEDNBUIG VNU HH Karen Walker Philip Waxman
L3U"3 Veafer Teri Walshaw Mark Webb
e John Whitty Nanette Willey Terry Wilson
tney Tricia Wiemers Bill Williams Debbie Winje
Winters Edward Woolery Dixie Yenser Darol Youngman
Wise Chris Wright Stacy York Joe Yurkovic
Witherow Jenny Wright Jeff Young Dorothea Zinola
Woodside Greg Yaple Kari Young Greg Zollars
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Top: Lisa Stahl, Jeff Cannon and Theresa Wunderlich are
taking observations on a P8iT Science Lab. Above: Dewey Cast
and Kara Howard listen to a lecture in Basic Agriculture. Left:
Richard Revaz, Cindy Chance and Gwen Hanses carefully
perform an experiment in Mr. Bolton's science class.
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Front Row, Left to right: B. Shane. K. Pierson, R. Linson, J. Martin, P. Skibo.
D. Grind, M. Greb, W. Heuser. E. Willy, T, Butler, 2nd Row: Coach Sacanvino.
T. Lauricella, E. Jennings, L. Reinhart,B. Wilkinson, B. Wier, P. Myers. J.
Ballinger imgrj. S. Gruwell, J. Riley. J, Shideler imgr.i, 3rd Row: Coach
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No. 24 Dave O'HaIloran. and No. 34 Keith Wright bound onto
the field. as cheerleaders drool over the MEN! iTopi Dave
O'HaIIoran makes a mighty effort to escape the clutches of the
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E.D.H. Varsity shows spirit as they prepare for the season Rick Linson swiftly evades a defensive opponent, iTop righti.
opener, iTop Iefti. Coaches Scanavino and Kenworthy Dave O'HaIIoran. this year's outstanding varsity back, runs for
anxiously await a crucial play, iBottom lefti. that yardage gaining hole in the Jesuit defense.
Front Row: S. Friddle, S. Cooper, M. Ezzell, L. Morgan, D. O'HaIIoran, S.
Keeler, S. Teresi, M. Turpin, J. Bergenholtz. T. Lewin, Coach Jim Myers.
Second Row: Manager T. Heberer, Coach Pat Wilson, T. Morris. R, Dickson.
D, Wetsel, D. Mclntire, M. Greenlaw, D. Cornwall, S Pennett C
B. Lee. Mr. Reynolds. Third Row: P. Roundtree, D Wright M
House, S. House. K. House, A. House, D. Tavis, E. Peterson
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This years J.V. team was young, ambitous, and hard working.
while they gained a great deal of knowledge of football. The
first six games averaged a score of 4.5 points per game. A new
offense was then installed and the score jumped to an average
of 16 points per game. This change sparked the players to a
new spirit and confidence.
j.V. hao tough
Competition this year:
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Quarterback Toni Morris throws a pass through the defending
guard, lTop leftl. Ernie Peterson kicks a punt in a pressured 4th
down situation, lopposite pagel. Tony Morris keeps the ball
while trying to find his receiver, lTop Ieftl, The team gets ready
for another play for extra yardage after escaping its defenders.
ltop rightl. Tony Morris fakes a running play and hands off to
Mark Reynolds as Scott House runs a blocking pattern.
labovel. Mark Reynolds plows through the line, lleftl.
Freshmen Football: Back Flow. J. Gulley. S. Allensworth, J. Berthalot, S.
Delsman, P. Cova, M. Guerro, J. Aguilar, K. Regal,J. Gonzoles, F. Goodwin. J.
Yurkovic, G. Allen:
2nd Row: L. Pratt, P. Seale, B. Heuser, A. Thomas D. Botnen, G. Campbell, J.
Witherow, J. Richards, W. Whitney. K. Reading, D. Hanan, Fl
Calachini: 3rd Rowi S. Wise, F. Todd, D. Garrett, G. Yaple, J
Wheeldon, K. Kenworthy. P. Knutson. C. Wright. K. Jennings. M
Pollen, J. Frampton: Coaches: Mr. Gautschi and Mr. Pierotti.
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"Motormouth" Arnold is silenced by team manager Frank
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Coaches Gautschi and Scanavino watch intently, fTopl. Coach
Meyers gives some sage advice to Tony Morris, IAbove leftl.
Coach Kenworthy shows them how it's done. lAbove righti.
Coach Watson gets things under control. lLeftl.
Members of the team are lbottom rowl Manager Butch Lee Keith
Gruwell, Jay Campbell, Pat Korzan, Jim Simerly John Vardenaga Ma
rowl Manager Adrienne Lucier, Dave Bolster Jeff Mintgomery Gary
Beaver, Douglas G. Davis, Rick Fritzmeyer Spencer Weston and Coach
The Boy's Varsity Basketball team did
as well as could be expected with the
large number of injuries they had. The
main injuries were those of Spencer
Weston and Rudi Beaver, who both
ended their season early.
The season finished with a 5-5 league
record and 10-11 overall. El Dorado lost
to Marshall, Galt, Folsom, Casa Floble,
and Davis, within only a few points
During the league games, El Dorado lost
their first three games to Jesuit, Folsom
and Galt before coming out of their
slump to beat South Tahoe. The team
was then beaten by Ponderosa in a
close game followed by another loss to
Jesuit. They then won their next three
games by overpowering Folsom, Galt.
and South Tahoe. The season concluded
on a good note by demolishing our cross-
town rivals, Ponderosa.
Next year's team seems very promising
since many Juniors are returning.
Top left: John Vardenaga, Jeff Montgomery, and Dave Bolster get in position to
rebound against Jesuit. Top right: Keith Wright dribbles down court. Bottom: Rudi
Beaver shows his rebounding power to onlooking members of the Folsom team.
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Top: Jeff Montgomery dribbles in for a
lay-up. Bottom: Coaches of the
basketball teams were Spencer Weston.
Isaac Panky. Lamar Fairchild. and Pat
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The Girl's Varsity Basketball Team was
undefeated in league action for the
second year in a row. They
overwhelmingly beat Wheatland,
Nevada Union, Placer, Oakmont and
East Nicholaus. The games were won by
a large margin of points.
In tournament action, El Dorado did
excellently. They placed second to
Edison of Stockton, for their first
showing at a tournament in two years.
The team played probably their best
game of the season against Bishop
O'Dowd to get into the finals. The game
against Edison was close. with El
Dorado losing by only a few points.
The second tournament turned out just
as well with EI Dorado winning the
consolation trophy. They lost to Hiram
Johnson, but succeeded in beating
Jackson and Burbank for the trophy.
This was their second come-from-
behind win over Jackson.
Cindy Wilkinson sparked the defense
and offense all season. She was chosen
the most valuable player.
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Top left: Janell Pillow shoots against a tough Placer defense. Top, middle:
Cate proved to a good ball handler for the J.V. Top, right: Cindy Wilkinson shows
shooting and rebounding skill in one leap. Above: Miss Vitell gives a brief pep talk to
the team during a time out.
op: LeeAnn Hayworth rebounds as Cheryl Noetzelman
atches on. Above: Members of the Varsity team are ltop rowl
arien Davis, Cindy Wilkinson, Janet Bethell, Joy Fletcher,
oach Vitell, lbottom rowl Kerry Ballard, Darlene Fassett, Gail
ansen, Julie McComas and Janelle Pillow.
The Junior Varsity Basketball team had a very successful
season also. They concluded the season with a 6 wins - 1
loss record. Their only loss was their first game of the season,
The game was close with El Dorado losing to Wheatland only
Coach Rocha singled out Kim Veerkamp for her high free
throw percentage and Celeste Painter for her improvement
over previous years. She selected Rhonda Conrad as the most
Top: Coach Rocha and other members of the JV team
contemplate the strategy of the game. Abovei Members of the
Junior Varsity team are ltop rowl Coach Rocha, Vicki Lovelace,
Denise Bye, Shawn Netherda, Rhonda Conrad, Erin Wilson.
lbottom rowl Lisa Stahl, Gayl Cate, Celeste Painter, Kathy
Gilihan, Kim Veerkamp, and Cheryl Noetzelman.
Below: Members of the soccer team are 11st row! E. Carlson,
B. Dilts. K. O'Meara, B. Deming, J. Gossner, Coach Denaga,
12nd row! R. Revas, R. Allardice, B. Niles. D. Cate, J.
43rd rowl E. Marchini, K. Koger, O. Hamp
D. Nlosbacher, Coach Gernes, 14th row!
E. Tapia. M. Gonzales, K. Beane, and R. Atkins.
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Deming, Scott McKinstry, and Preston Rou
ee after a game.
Behind the coaching of Mr. Gernes and Mr. Denaga. this year's
spirited soccer team overpowered everyone that met them on
the field. With number one shining in their eyes. they drove to
achieve that goal. Behind some fantastically fast footwork, the
team captured number on in the North Metro League. They
placed fourth in the Metro Playoffs. Four players received
honorable mention in the All-Metro team. They were forward
Allardice. halfback Arundell, fullback Sides, and goalie
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Top left: Robert Allardice. Dave Parrish, and Bret Hamilton
have victory in their eyes. Top right: Don Mosbacher agilely
kicks the ball. Middle left: Dave Parrish and Ed Marchini
defend El Dorado's goal. Middle right: Ed Carlson and John
Mosbacher forward the ball down the field. At left: Don
Mosbacher rips the ball toward the goal.
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Coach Kenworthy loppositel demonstrates one of his strategic
holds on Dean McDavid. Below, Norman Jones prepares to
tally another win for the Big Blue.
This year's wrestling team is ltop rowl Paul Floyd, Frank Sameniego, Bill Wier, lbottom rowl Fred Hall, Pat Meyer
Folger, Allan Wetzel, John Martin, Danny Hunt, Ricardo Jones,Jim McKenzie,John RiIey,and Gary King.
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The ski team progressed much this year
with the Varsity girls doing exceptionally
well. In league results, Kathy Wheeldon
placed 4th out of 50 skiers followed by
Polly Schell placing 5th and Erin Combs
and Carmen Kennedy placing 8th and
12th respectively. The Varsity boys did
well also with David Jermstead placing
15th. Freshman Greg Wheeldon was
pointed out for having great potential in
his future years at El Dorado.
Next year's team should do as well if not
better. The team has only one senior
with all other members returning.
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Top left: Coach Denega perfor
displays her form and style l
Members of the Junior Varsit
Revaz, Jeff Gossner lmiddle r
Beauchamp, Ramona Jenniso
and Marc Collins.
ms a startling feat of courage. Top right: Polly
Nhich made her one of the top girl skiers.
l team are ltop rowl Bob Richard. Rich Martinez
wl Coach Denega, Tony Gauthier, Sam Teresi,
lfront rowl Kathy Jacobs. Mark Christof, Ron I
Ski team liaceo By
Top: Carmen Kennedy enjoys racing in the sun. Above: Greg
Wheeldon makes friends with one of our cross-town rivals of
p: Erin Combs displays perfect form that led to her being 8th Jermstead. lfront rowl Greg Wheeldon. Nixa Schell, Carmen
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oach Denega, Jim Simerly. Joe Harn, Ron Revaz. Dave
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Top left: Several members of the swim
team wait for their next race. Top right:
Denise Bye cheers for another
swimmer. Bottom left: Jody Ezzell
shows her form in the race. Bottom
right: Several members watch as ,two
swimmers change for the relay.
Opposite page: Top left: Coach Rocha
waits with some of the team. Sonya
Collins, Celeste Painter, and Cindy
Wilkinson show their form in leaving the
as ,ay .
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This year's girl's swim team defeated
four other teams to end the season
victoriously. Their first victory came
easily, a forfeit from Del Oro. The next
two meets were won almost as easily
with wins of 96 to 72 over Oakmont
and 102 to 47 over our rival, Ponderosa.
The swim team barely squeaked by
Roseville at the relays. At the final meet
EI Dorado had 210 points compared to
Oakmont's 94, Ponderosa's 54, and Del
Many individual and relay records were
set. Seven records were set for the J.V.
team, 2 of them relay. Seven records
were also set for the Varsity, 2 of them
relay. An outstanding performance was
given by Shawn Netherda setting three
individual records and participating in
the 200 yd. freestyle relay to set
The team should do very well next year
with only two seniors on this year's
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they helped the teama greatdeal. Coach Kenworthy expects a good return.
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Dean McDavid ltop Ieftl reveals his secret in getting off the
blocks first: he pretends he's Superman! Marvin Sides ltop
Ieftl did a great job for the diving team this year and his skill
will be missed next year. Leonard Payton loppositel
impatiently awaits for his race to start. and some of the
younger members of the team labovei cling desperately to the
side. Could they be afraid of the water?
of this year's swimming and diving team were ltop
im Young, John Riley, Bob Buist, Leonard Peyton, Scott
Glen Corson. Dale Gring, Chris Rasmussen, Kevin
Richard Martinez, lmiddle rowi Dean McDavid, Kevin
Kenworthy, Curt Lomax. Ed Willy, Brian Donahue, Jim
McKenzie, David Botnen, Steve Berthanier, lbottom rowl Mark
Christoff. Merideth Riley, Debbie Johnson, Shawn Natherda,
Kris Bolton, Lisa Winkler, and Janet Riley.
This year. the girls were a great help to
the diving team. Janet Riley lmiddle lefti
demonstrates her style and grace. Scott
McKinstry labovel swims to the lead
and two of the butterfliers, Lisa Winkler
and Jim Young loppositel battle for first
The team was young this year and
Coach Kenworthy expects an even
better team next year. Mr. Tamblyn. the
diving coach, regrets the loss of Marvin
Sides next year, but looks towards a
good season in the fall.
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In pre-league action the JV Baseball team had a record of 2
wins and 1 loss, defeating Amador twice and losing to Vanden.
They had a good solid infield with Scott House at first base.
Jim Cumbra at second, Kevin House at third. and Tony Morris
at shortstop. The pitching staff was headed by Bob Worthey.
Will lsaacs, Curt House. and Steve Myers. They had good
speed and some very good hitters. ln pre-season play. Dave
Cornwall, Kevin House. and Tony Morris did outstanding jobs
Above: Tony Morris bats against Amador. Above right: Scott
House watches a drill during practice. Opposite: Kevin House
is a part of the good infield team.
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uring practice. Top right: Marc Beauchamp hurls the ball.
ottom left: The team consisted of ltop rowl Kevin House,
ohn Van Sant, Jim Cumbra, Ted Korzan, Joe Johnson, Will
saacs, Jeff Myers, Bill Williams, lmiddle rowl Coach Fox, Rick
Washabaugh, Dave Cornwall, John Martin, Grant Campbell,
Marc Ezzel, Marc Beauchamp, Dave Jermstead. ibottom rowl
Rod Creason, Tony Morris, Kurt House, Scott House. Mark
Nigh, Don Hanan, Jerry Hugo. and Stan Myers. Bottom right:
Coach Fox scrutinizes the game.
Gmls Omlleo lion Softisall wins
The girls' softball team had the best prospects for the team in years, and
ended their season victorious. Belowg Joy Fletcher slams one of h
homeruns. Right: Kerry Ballard displays her defensive skills during practfce. Below
right: Vicky Lovelace prepares to throw to first base for the out. Below Lef
t: ltop row.
left to rightl members of the team are: V. Lovelace, K. Ballard, D. Fasset. J, Fletcher.
P. Riffey, L. Armstrong, and Coach Jan Vitell, Middle row. lleft to rightl
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Manager Kirsty Tosh. Bottom row lleft to rightl C. Noetzelman,
C. Bye, A. Lawaon, and S. Salamy.
Golfens Cnove lion wins
Left: Gary Anderson putts the ball during one of the matches
at Cold Springs Country Club. Below Left: Keith Combellack
hits a long drive down the faraway. Below: Mr. Scanavino
gives his expert advise to Robert West and Gary Anderson.
Below Right: Members of the team are lleft to rightl Brad
Visman, Jeff Crosswell, Chris Wright, Robert Miller, Gary
Anderson. L Keith Combellack, Steve Christof, Bill
Weir. Harold Still, and Robert Seal.
The team did very well practicing at Cold Springs Country Club. They were very
young, but experienced. Next year they should do well against the other teams in the
league. The team was coached by Mr. Scanavino.
Below: Ed Nicholson and Mark Christof relaxing after a race.
Below right: The Frosh!Soph team consisted of lfrom left to
rightl: Gene Davis, Ed Nicholson, Larry Sharpe, Curtis Lomax,
Mark Christof, Karl Koger, Dan Cray, Mike Holkanson lnot
visiblel. and Steve Cook.
Bottom Left: Curtis Lomax on his way to a first place finish.
Bottom Middle Left: Steve Baker showing his winning form.
Bottom Middle right: Dave Cate on his way to the finish line.
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was a pleasant surprise to new head
coach Kerry Steed. The Frosh!Soph
scored 2nd place finishes at both the
Marysville and Rio Linda lnvitationals.
They also won a 3rd place finish at the
Maria Duncan Invitational. Ed
Nicholson, Curtis Lomax. and Larry
Sharpe were the outstanding soph
runners. Steve Cook and Mark Christof
led the freshman. Curtis Lomax won
four 1st place finishes during the
season. Lomax. Nicholson, Sharpe and
Cook won medals at the Sub - Section
meet. Nicholson and Cook repeated
with medals at the Section finals.
The Junior team won the 2nd place
honors at the Marysville Invitational.
This team was paced by Steve Baker
who won two first place finishes during
the season and also medaled at Sub -
Sections and Section finals. Running
without a full complement were Varsity
runners Lloyd Peterson. Steve Grogan
and Rich Hubbell.
This squad brought home 57 individual
medals and exhibited a great deal of
pride and stamina.
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Top left: Dave Bolster threw the discus for the varsity team. 1
Top right: Don Mosbacher vaults for a record. Above: John f
Mosbacher shot puts with vigor Right' Rudy Beaver is one of ' N '
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Nicholson warms up before the race. Top right: Bill Langford out-distances the other
runners. Bottom left: Jerry Hansen waits for the beginning of a relay race. Bottom
right: Lloyd Peterson calmly awaits to finish the relay.
The members of the Varsity Track Team are lleft to rightl Doug Davis Beaver,
Steve Baker, Don Mosbacher, Rick Fritzimeier, Dave Bolster, Jerry Bernie jf
Shane, Rich Hubbell, John Mosbacher, and Dave Cate, Ernie ioppositel
shows his expert skill in putting the shot.
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Tim Ellis, Mark Greenlowe, Anson House, Mike Guerrero, Ernie Nicholson, and Bill Langford.
Peterson, Dan O'HalIoran, David Neitzel, Marty McCoy, Dean
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The girls' track team was very successful this year. Lisa and
Joanne Foy loppositel were dedicated and proved to be two of
the team's valuable runners. The freshmen on the team. Kathy
Gillihan. Shirley Johnson. and Karen Peterson lbelowl were
hard working and eager.
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onnie McLaskey, Carol Howard. Kathy Gillihan. Carol Lee Janet BethelI.Janet Scott, and Nancy O'Brien.
rundell, Shirley Johnson, Lisa Stahl, ltop rowl Coach Rocha,
tennis team Aces to Victony
The tennis teams succeeded in acing
out their opponents during the season.
The girls concluded their season by
winning five matches and losing two
matches to the experienced Nevada
Union and Wheatland teams. The girls
progressed in practice to end with a
victorious record. This is only the second
year for a girls team.
The boys team did not do as well. but in
the forthcoming years they should do
excellent playing. They were plagued by
lost players and injuries. The team does
have much potential and coach Piceno
thinks they will surprise some of the
league teams next year. He thinks this
will be a year of experimenting. The
team is lead by senior Willie Fiupley and
juniors Gary Gruwell, Scott Gruwell,
Don Beadle, Mike Perry and Mark
Top left: Members of the boy'
ltop rowl Scott Gruwell, Jay Aguilar.
Mark Williams, Gary Gruwell, Tim Davis,
Jeff Moore, Don Beadle ib ttom rowl
Bryan Veerkamp, Jim Ow ns, David
Mclntire, Mike Perry, Willie' xupley, Ken
Mello. and John Hamm. A
Lorna Dilts and Darien Davis wait
the match. Top right: Willie Rupley
a forehand stroke. Above middle:
Deming attempts to ace the opt
Above right: Jennifer Teague
her overhand smash.
Top left: The seniors of the girls' team enjoyed themselves after a winning match. Top
right: Gary and Scott Gruwell were some of the leading Juniors on the team. The
coach of the team was Mr. Piceno. Jeff Moore and David Mclntire were a helpful
surprise for the team. Members of the girls' team are ltop rowl Gail Hansen, Karen
Nicholson, Vicki Johnson, Lorna Dilts, Darien Davis, Coach Piceno. lbottom rowl
Jenny Wright, Joy Fletcher, Terry Searle, Shirley Johnson, and Shannon Stroud.
16-AGUG CNAITIDIOUS Janelle Pillow Jody Ezzoii ooy Bradshaw, Joyce condaii, Kerry Ballard,
Lovelace Denise Cook Darle e Fassett. lBack rowl Lorna Sambocetti, Gailey,
Wilkinson, Julie Welter lVar. co-capt.l Carolyn House, Jayann Pitcher, Riff.
Peck, Dawn Estes lVar. co- pt.l, Jamie Richerson lJV capt.l, Lupe Sanchez,
Below right: Members of the team are: iFront rowl Coach Jan Vitell, Kirsty T
The Varsity volleyball team ended up with a six wins--no losses
record to become league champions. They lost one non-league
match to a Stockton team and another to Sacramento High
The Junior Varsity did almost as well. They placed second
place in the league with a five win and one loss record. Their
overall record was seven wins--tvvo losses.
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sophomores who inspired the spirit for the class of "76"
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Marcol Greenlaw Kurt Haas Tanya Halvorson
Dale Grind Ron Haas Jeannie Hammcnds
Kelly Gross Maria Hainsworth Ricky Hammonds
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Jon Johnson Rolf Johnson Charles Jordan
Mark Johnson KelIl1IemrJoncs J.C. Dog A
Joluson Tummy Johnson Mrku Jones Chuck Kawba Midge Ruthman and Joy Fletcher help out at 3 bake gale,
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Stan Keeler Carmen Kennedy Mark Kenney Doreen Klrmovuch
Ferol Kendreck Thom Ksnkade Gino Klare Flick Klrmovrch
Left: Brian Springer "rocks out" at Homecoming.
Sophomorzes HAO 1Ih6ll2
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my socks." many sophomores who attended basketball games.
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reston Roundtree narrating an assembly. Janet Riley Liz Rogers Preston Rmmaifee Madge Ruthven
Pam Robbins Marie Rosauer Lynette Rowe Bob Sager
Christa Rodney Carol Rounds Cheryl Rushing Gene Sargent
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fha "N Nlelax ie Schroth Terry Searle Larry Sharpe Brain Shively
Sue Gole n hangs on the parallel bar' XJ K Susan Schultz Chris Sentell Mark Shepard David Sides
Helen Peck gets a helping hand on the vaulting horse.
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Sides Becky Stefanski Danny Tra 's Donna To bs ' ' '
Smith Kmvsme samwesiv' Amamggn Tony Morrus trys hrs best to catch the attention of the
Spear Shannon Stroud John Thomson Mark Turpin Camefaman.
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Tony Archuleta and Jim Bennett, "Have some milk Jim."
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Kennedy and Debbie Jobson enjoy thei
Mira Van er Hoeven Kim Veerkamp Patricia Wehe David Wetsel
Lori Veat r Jeff Voss Robert West Debbie Wheeler
Brian Ve kamp Rick Washabauah Debbie Weston Debbie Wheeler
oyce Cundall and Cindy Palkman discuss a class assignment.
iill Granthem and Rusty Charnock were spirited and creative
Mark Houston and LeAnn Hayworth help out at the class car
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Lisa Winkler Don Wren James Young
Tom Wong Dean Wright Chuck Zcllars
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Bottom Left: Mr. Sid McGauhey, soph.
counselor. He was good at dishing out
Bottom Middle: Mr. Bart Tamblyn,
Junior counselor, made a good cry
towel, always ready to listen.
Bottom Right: Miss Helen Johnson,
junior counselor. Her experience added
a necessary stability to the staff.
The counseling department
concentrated on getting students in the
right niche where they could succeed
and lending a sympathetic ear to
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Top Left: Mrs. Nancy Needham, counseling and data
Top Middle: Mrs. Bonnie George, secretary to Mr. O'Meara.
Top Right: Mrs. Phyliss Comer, secretary to Mrs. Graf.
Left: Mrs. Vi Hendrix, Attendence Clerk.
Above: Mrs. Marie Koskela, registrar.
The secretaries provided a necessary backup force for
teachers, counselors and the administration. Without them we
would have no history.
Boys phYSlCAl GOUCAIIIOI1
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Coaches Myers, and Watson, help Mike Koszalka off the field,
lbelow leftl. Gary Kenworthy cools it in sailing class, lbottom
Right hand column top to bottom: Ken Skanavino, Athletic
Director, varsity football: Gary Kenworthy, swimming,
wrestling, varsity football, coed P.E: James Myers, J.V.
football, J.V. basketball, baseball.
The P.E. program emphasized "something for everybody," with
a variety of sports and physical recreation offered.
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Clarence Roundtree, mechanical
drawing, drafting, architectural design,
lfar rightl. Ronald Bidstrup, wood shop.
instructs Bryan Deming, lbottom rightl.
Jesse Frampton, metal and machine
Industrial Arts focused on building
manual dexterity and introducing
students to vocational possibilities in
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Mr. Swenson "feels the heat." lleftl. Mr, Mulligan and Mr.
Vosburgh cook up a storm at an FFA party, lleft middlel. Mr.
Swenson observes students at work in Ag. shop. lbottom leftl.
Below: Nlilt Milligan, forestry, agriculture.
Bottom right: Russell Swenson, Ag. shop, and Arnold
Vosburgh, P.E., Ag. skills, and auto electronics.
Buizqeoneo Wlth tAl6l1II
Mrs. Linda Tetsell, crafts and art. irightl
Mrs. Mary Grace Floyd. art, crafts, and
design, ifar rightl. James Garmire,
crafts, and drama, ibelowl. Larry
Anderson, band and music history,
The fine arts department capitalized on
student creativity and teaches know-
how. Larry Anderson, new to the
department brought new ideas and
improvement to the music department
Gncouizaqeo homemaking, leaoenshlp
Mrs. Emily Whalen, girls and boys
homemaking, ltop Ieftl. Mrs. Geneva
Fenno, ROP medical and health careers,
homemaking, clothing, ltop rightl. Miss
Joyce Boesch, girl, and boys
homemaking, student activities,
newspaper, student council, checks
activity calendar, "You've got to be
The homemaking department provided
girls, and boys with homemaking skills
and good examples.
met Special neeos
Right-Mr. Kerry Steed.
Below Left-Mr. Ty Hadley ponders his next move.
Below-Mrs. Barbara McGauhey.
Bottom left-Mr. James Granger entertains the class.
Bottom Right-Mrs. Anne Miller helps some students,
Stuoents pon WORK
Regional Occupational Program gave
students an opportunity to gain valuable
work experience. Mr. Vince Rucobo.
ileftl specialized in marketing and
business occupations. Harry Armstrong.
lbelowi talks to Toni Wilson.
The library began the year
undertaking the mammoth job of
moving voluminous material into two
temporary classrooms. In spite of
cramped, awkward conditions, the staff
provided full library services.
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The science department focused on a variety of courses to introduce students
to the wide world of science. Michael Denega. life science. irighti confers with
Debbie DeMarco. Curtis Bolton, chemistry. physiology. P8iT science. ibottom
Iefti help two seniors. Norman Jones. general science. P8iT science. ibottom
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Our math department provides more than square roots and
inverse properties. The teachers try to give a well rounded
selection of math courses ranging from General Math to
courses for the Whiz Kid.
Mr. Glentzer. Algebra 2, Arithmetic, General Math, 2 year
Algebra, ltop leftl. Mr. Lombard, shown here, teaching math to
support his old bag. He teaches General Math. Algebra 2,
Geometry, lmiddle leftl. Mr. Wilson. 2 year Algebra, General
Math. Math Analysis, tbottom leftl. Mr. Gernes, Algebra I.
General Math, Geometry, labove rightl. Mr. Marks: General
Math. Geometry. Algebra I, labove rightl. lcan you spot the
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To live in the present, we must understand the past. The
History Department offered a wide variety of courses ranging
from Ancient Civilizations to Modern Man, to provide a full
view of the past in our lifetime.
Mr. Wilson, Man and His World, Middle East, Sports. ltop leftl.
Mrs. Dusek, U.S. History, Mini Courses. lbottoml. Mrs.
Lemenager, shown with Margaret Horn, California History.
Crafts, Shaping Western Society, ltop rightl.
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The English Department works hard to make English as
interesting and understandable as humanly possible. And that
is a job and a half.
Top left: Miss Berdal, English I, Reading. Middle left: Mr. Perry.
English ll, English lll, Bottom left: Mr, Fairchild, English l,
English ll. Supernatural, Sports World. Top Middle: Miss
Reading Improvement l, Intermediate Reading ll
Improvement ll. Top right: Mr. Prengel. Yearbook
I, Graphic Arts. Above: Mr. Ax: Now Generation
English ll. American West. Opposite page, middle
left Charleton, English Department Aid, Middle: Mr
Lambirih, Science Fiction, Detective Fiction, English ll
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So much can be learned from people of
other countries and other social
settings, but to learn from them, we
must understand the language. Along
with an understanding of the language.
some students are fortunate to visit
these countries with the help of many
different foreign exchange plans.
Top Left: Mr. Piceno instructs a class of
enthusiastic Spanish students. He
taught Spanish and California History.
Top Right: The German classes thrived
under the instruction of Mr. Hempt.
Bottom Right: Mr. Chapman illustrates
the many faces of Paris. He taught
French. and Modern World.
Above Left: Mr. Gordon Purdy, English I
and English IV.
BUSINESS 0GDAl2lIm6l1II DRGDARGO
Stuoents IIOR A WOl2l0 of Wonk
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When you walk into an office and the sound of ticking
typewriters drives you straight up the wall, the blame falls on
the Business Department. Thanks to them, young men and
women can get typing and other skills to help them find a
really good job in the world of business.
Top left: Miss Megraw. shorthand. intermediate typing.
secretarial practice. Above: Mr. Fickle, beginning typing,
business math. Top right: Miss Reed. work experience.
advanced typing, business machines. Middle right: Mr. Millan,
bookkeeping, record keeping, merchandizing, ROP. Bottom
right: Mr. Pierotti. beginning typing, introduction to business.
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Behino the Scenes
Everything from the energy crunch to teachers with
misplanned fieldtrips, fell upon the bus drivers this year. We
wish to thank Chester Cross, Randy Duncan, Kenith Hibbard,
Bud Cook, Roy Riley, Clatten McCoy, Lilly Hammond, Mallcom
Curtz, Perry Smith, and Bill Watson for their outstanding job,
ltop rightl. All the destruction around made the job of the
custodians much harder. But Earl Palmer, Jim Troval, Head,
Forest Harper, Walt Campini, Byran Thomas, and the cat did a
fantastic job, lmiddle, bottom leftl. Mrs. Curathers, our school
nurse, did the mending during the school year, ltop rightl. The
kitchen staff does a bang up job every. and this year was no
exception. Beverly Walker, Peggy Smith. Nelly Fledden, Olive
Putney, Vickie Channel, Ola Parker, Wilma Holingsworth. and
not shown, Sherly Seal, labovel.
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Why don cha come down and see me sometime
werie Savage and Kathy Sentell were among the juniors
wging the Alma Mater.
elow: Scott Francies helped with the Riffle rally.
arl Anne Burleson
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Debbie Flint Mary Foley
Junlorzs jolneo the 'ZRIVOIIIIIGS
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Janet Golden Steven Gonzalles Scott Gruwell
Lorraine Gomes PSQQV Graf Bob Guerrero
Rose Gonzales Mike Greb Andrew Guthrie
Sherrie Gonzales Gary Gruwell Linda Hainsworth
Jerry Hansen Mary Henter Linda Harvey
Walter Heuser Carl Henderson Marchelle Harris
Hamilton Ray Heberer Greg Hempt Karen Harris
Hamp Richard Herzog Rusty Hauge Mary Hardie
Sambocetti and Lisa Foy listening intently as
Cain rocks out to the music of Our Joy at
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Really Ouq Spmlt week
Above Wendy Dezzani presides over the class meeting during
Below: The Junior class officers were iright to Iefti Wendy
Dezzani-President. Lisa Foy-Secretary, Jody Ezzel-
Representative, Stacy Smith-Vice President, and Lorna
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ill McGee Scott Mcliinstry Pat Meyer Tamra Miller Renee Murchison Mike Murray
like McGee Richard McLaughlin Kathy Meeks Sheri Moore Laura Murphree Kevin Neff
Left: Debbie Davis helps out the administration at the
Juniors display their corny enthusiasm in the
Ken Hughes finishes an experiemnt in Chemistry.
Below: Rose Gonzales and Nancy Wakeman fill in a worksheet
Dave O'Halioran Jan Peabody Celine Pierre
Iey Diane Paiva Mike Perry Ken Pierson
Kathy Parlier Becki Peterson .layann Pitcher
David Parrish Paul Porter Michael Pollan
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Right: Bryan Deming and Jan Maynard caught in the act!
Below: Embroidering at lunchtime is Julie Welter's favorite
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Ann Scott Charles Sept Bernie Shane Leslie Sheinberg
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Jim Simerly David Smith Stacey Smith
Kim Skelton George Smith Bill Snyder
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Right: Igor O'Regan once again freaks out. Below. Right: lt's
easy to see why Igor O'Regan and Pam Tuttle were chosen as
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Senior Princess: Denise Cook Senior Princess: Janelle Pillow
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Junior Princess: Jamie Richarson Sophomore Princess: Kim Veercamp Freshman Princess: Joan Reynolds
Oue n by Lee Howard, President of FFA. Her
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Oven hanvest Dance
The contestants were nominated by the FFA and voted upon
by the student body by placing pennies in the Jug representing
the girl of their choice.
below from left to right, include Senior Gail
Carrie Dunn, and Sophomore Laura Albini,
Kara seems enchanted by the dance.
The exciting announcement was made on November 16.
during intermission at the Harvest Dance. Kara Howard, a
freshman, pictured at far right, was announced 1973 Harvest
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This year the riffle staff unanimously
chose Kathy Brown and Don Arundell
as its Riffle Queen and King. Both Kathy
and Don proudly represent our schooI's
spirit and warmth. They are known
school-wide for their squirrely
personalities, friendlienss. and high
acedemic achievements. Kathy enjoys
sewing. snow-skiing and bike riding.
Don is one of the track and soccer men
of our school. lLeftl Kathy and Don
reveal their winning smiles. that help
win them their titles. iBeIowl Kathy and
Don play peek-a-boo with our
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selected by the Key Club members to be
the only girl in the all boy organization.
Kim was very active throughout her
sophomore year. She was a member of
G.A.A., and proved successful on the
girl's swimming team and J.V,
basketball team. Kim also did extremely
well academically, managing to be in
C.S.F., and on the principal's honor roll.
Above: Kim is shown at Homecoming
night as Sophomore Class Princess.
escorted by Steve Christoph.
Above left: Though Kim is a hard worker
in class, she always manages to shine
through with a smile.
Left: Key Club Members discuss over
the club's activities with Kim.
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Janae Stowe is A Semi-finalist
on the national memt
The semi-finalists are the highest scorers on the
PSATXNMSOT in each of the 50 states. Only semi-finalists can
advance to finalist status and can be considered for Merit
Scholorships. About 15,000 semi-finalists are named in each
annual Merit Scholarship program. This number is
approximately a half of one percent of the nations total
graduating high school Seniors.
Bottom Left: Janae Stowe has shown high academic abilities
throughout her high school career, and is very deserving of this
high honor. Despite her hard studying Janae still manages to
"keep on smiling".
Bottom Right: Also honored in the National Merit tests were
Top lleft to rightl Richard Hubbel and Jay Winklerg Bottom,
Sarah Blair and Janie Carpenter. These four will recieve Letters
Top Right: Janie Carpenter performs one of the more
complicated experiments in Physiology.
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Bank of AITIGRICA AWARCGO
The Bank of America's Achievement Award has developed into
one of the most highly respected student awards in the nation.
A faculty committee selects twelve outstanding students in
twelve specific academic fields, to receive certificates of
achievement. Then the committee chooses its top students in
each of four general study fields: Fine Arts, Liberal Arts,
Science and Mathematics, and Vocational Arts. Students
receive plaques and become eligible for zone events.
Top Right: The plaque winners are fleft to rightl Jay Winkler,
Science and Mathematics: Sarah Blair. Liberal Arts: Holly
Shannon, Fine Arts: and Jeff Schimki, Vocational Arts.
Bottom Right: Kathy Brown, English Department Winner,
selects only books of a high classical background.
Bottom Left: The certificate winners are first row lleft to rightl
Kevin Sorbello. Music: Denise Cook, Business: Judy Freeman,
Agriculture: Janie Carpenter, Lab Sciences: second row:
Debbie Chambers, Home Economics: Kathy Brown, English:
Janae Stowe, Math: third row: Hilary Atwood, Foreign
Languages: John Vardanega, Social Studies: and Jim
Feathers, Drama. Not pictured are Rod Nerwinski. Trades and
lndustry: and George Yurkovick, Art.
Top Left: Bank of America Award Winners have a wide variety
of interests. "Mafia" John prepares a deadly solution to get rid
of his dishonest employee, "The Laughing Killer". Jeff Bethell.
This year Elaine lVliIIer was chosen
1974 Miss Sadie Hawkins. Elaine
reigned over the best darn shindig
dance. The two princesses were Debbie
Botnen and Sue Evans. Throughout her
high school years, Elaine was in clubs
such as G.A.A.. Drill Team, Yearbook,
and Senior Class representative. EIaine's
hobbies are cooking and photography.
Top Right: Queen Elaine and Debbie are
shown after the exciting announcement,
during the dance,
Bottom Right: Yearbook co-editor Gail
Wylie and Elaine, Editor of
Organizations, work diligently on
Below: Elaine shows her spirit as a
clown during Spirit Week.
shines as miss Saloie hawkin
Awaizoeo at Banquets
Many athletes were awarded at the fall and winter sports
banquet this year. The outstanding athletes were singled out
for their superior performance in sports. Because of the vast
number of students and coaches awarded, pictured are only a
few of those awarded.
Top Left: Bucky Skibo receives his plaque for his participation
Middle Left: Dave O'Halloran receives a plaque and trophy for
Bottom Left: Jim Schiedler is awarded for his outstanding
managing and organizing of the football team.
Bottom Bight: Coach Meyers receives a cake from the
C.S.M.O. for the athletes in fall sports.
Middle Right: Mr. Graf gladly presents John Mosbacher with
an award for football.
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Don Hilary Atwood
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Ballard Debbie Barnes
Center: Sarah Blair and Jenae Stow pushed off from the dock
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Kevin Barnett Peggy Barnhaff
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llun-Lllleo fall Days
Senlons Ollifeneo In them Activities
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Steve Beauchamp Susie Berger Jeff
ckham Debbie Botnen
Bradley Diane Brown
Bradshaw Kathy Brown
Briggs Jeff Bunch
Broussear Art Burkhart
Bottom: Hilary Atwood and Lorie Carpenter enjoy their daily
lunch in the cafeteria.
Pau! Calanchini Janie Carpenter
Diana Card Lorie Carpenter
Ed Carlson Carol Carter
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typical activity for Kurtis Hamady - taking it easy.
Kim Colweil Denise Cook
Combellack Robin Cornwall
Kathy Crittenden Darien Davis
Irma Cruz Lorna Dilts
Minerva Cruz Sue Drennan
Norm Davenport Carrie Dunn
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Stan Flickinger Judy Freemann Sonia Gastaidi
Louis Flieger Frank Folger Sue Garrett
Greg Fluckey Mark Fulton Cindy Gillihan
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ren Hatheway Terry Hicks
anne Hayes Eric Hill
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Rick Hitch Cindy Hoover
Karen Holkanson John Horton
Lori Honea Melodye Hubbard
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Huntsman Vicki Johnson
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Semorzs took All In Spmlt Week
The gang got ready for a cruz to the soda parlor after a great
day of the 50's during spirit week. Bottom: Karen Nicholson
helps the Seniors win clown day.
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little birdie on her head. underclassman who's boss.
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Janis Kitchen Marcia Leins Flick Linson Randv Lovelace
GAITIGS ANC RAIUGS KGDII SGHIORS AITIUSGO
Bottom Left: As Junior Sheri Smith bursts of too many
marshmallows: Carol Minchew does all she can to hold hers in
while the Seniors yell in triumph for their champion
Bottom Right: Lloyd Peterson and Steve Grogan sell tickets for
a basketball game.
Guy Lowe Adriane Lucier
Martin Debbie lVlcAlister
op Right: John Riley rushes to the game. Bottom: Right:
hree of our loudest Seniors Cheer at the basketball
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ce McCormick Steve Mercer
McKenzie Diane Meyer
McLaskey Elaine Miller Jolynne Miller Suzie Miller
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Yurkovich works on the Cougar.
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Dana Mitchell Lindy Mott
Jeff Montgomery David Muir
Cathy Moritz Gurla Murphy
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Deby Womack and Phil Chandler's activities in school and out
made them Best All Around. The styles worn by Mark Spindler
and Rebecca Raine won them Best Dressed.
Left: Class Favorites Jinx Hall and Bill
Patterson. Center Left: Florsi and Fred
Vogt were Friendliest. Below: A kiss to
Janet West and John Vardenega for
being Class Flirts.
y Park Magaret Parker Kathee Parrish John Partain
Bottom Left: Fall leaves became a place for Diane Meyer and
Joe Whitty to be themselves-the Wittiest.
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Joyce Padrone Lloyd Peterson
Bill Perry Janelle Pillow
Center Left: To be the Most Athletic
takes time and energy, but Spencer
Weston and Gail Hansen had the most.
Left: Vicki Johnson as a Mascot and Jim
Shideler being Football Manager gave
them the Most Spirited. Below: The
Most Intelligent minds of Janie
Carpenter and Jay Winkler made it easy
for them to gain acknowledgement of
Bottom: Eager Semors awaut gettnng theur flnlshed protralts
Top: Mark Fulton and Soma Gastaldu get ready for their
ttom: The Senior class listens with excitement as they await
final nominations of their standouts.
Roy Gerry Sauls Jiff Schimke Peggy Scott
Rupley Richard Schlesinger Cynthia SC-3995 David Sedefquest
Master chef-Robin Cornwall sifts the flour to make a recipe he Senlons VAQIGISI
created for a jello salad.
Holly Shanon Judi Shultz Sides Kevin Sorbello
Jim Shideler Heidi Sievert Eula Stan Spell
Jean Mark Spindler
Smith Dennice Stearns
Bottom Left: Mrs. stop sign c
Ily Shannon could always be found using her many talents. escape.
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Jean ne Strait
ttom: lTop to Bottom, Left to Rightl Senior Class Officers:
urie Ceccarelli, Vice Pres: Kerry Ballard, Director of Ath:
ebbie York, Senior Rep.: Janae Stowe, Treas. 1 Elaine Miller.
Vogt Jackie Weldy
tte Webber Janet West
S,C. Rep.: Jill Chance, Senior Spokesman: Darien Davis. Sec.:
Mark Spindler. Pres.: Jeff Bethel, Refreshments and
entertainment: Sonia Gastaldi, Sunshine Girl.
Spencer Weston Dale White
Philip Whalen Joe Whitty
April Wheeler Eddie Wilbur
Dona Wheeler Barry Wilkinson
Noel Goursole passes Karen Holkenson while
Anne Evans and Sue Evans choose their proofs.
Senions Cnosseo the
Bmoqe to them
in June 1974
"A morning after" proved itself at
different times and ways for the many
interesting and unusual personalities of
each of the 280 graduates in the class
Although they say the last year of high
school is a breeze. it still called for much
time, effort, amd study. But there was
always time for the class of 74 to stop
and dream of their "Morning After"-
graduation night. Left: Richard Hubbel
fills out forms for his picture.
Bottom: George Cocks tries to be
serious even though Noel forces him to
Debbie York George Yurkovich
Vicki Young Mike Yurkovich
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Carmel Arrundell, Ann Delfino, Linda
Harvey, Linda Redmond, Laurie Halcos,
Barbara Dunbar, Anita Dixon. Marion
Johnson, and Terry Searle did a fine job
as crosscountry-ettes this year: lT0p
Baskedettes Margie Caballaro, Sue
Duncan, Jean Potts, Rhonda Conrad,
Laurie Campbell, Marion Johnson, Linda
Youel, Jean Bye, Lori Rosen. Pam
Cochran, Janet Payne, and Joyce
Pineda. lDarien Davis is not picturedl,
had a good year of their own,
Margie Caballero says "ALL RIGHT!"
lTop Leftl Lee Howard, F.F.A.'s President presides over a
lTop Rightl Dawn Owings, Scott Pardee, Curt House, Mike
Butterfield dress up their hamburgers at F.F.A.'s fall picnic and
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lTop Row, Left to Rightl Mike Smith,
Lee Howard. Steve Linson, Joan
Reynolds. Ed Ingram, Fred Lumen, Russ
Atkins, Mike Butterfield, Vic Whitaker.
Ken Stone. Bob Carter, l2nd rowl Ed
Marchini, Dave Cook, Mark Huston.
Kelly Gross, Laura Albini, Marty
Wrzesinski, Gayle Albini, Greg Fluckey.
Mira Van Der Hoeven, Stan Pardee,
Kinzie Girardin, Mike Pastoret. l3rd rowl
Charles Jordan. Rick Purcell, John
Showmaker, Trudi Ward, Joyce Van
Den Dungen Billie, Johana Stepjanske,
Kathy Braud, Terri Dillard, Terry Dureet,
Rusty Clingman, Peggy Goleman.
Rachel Perry, Steve Mack. l4th rowl
Junior Mings, Kara Howard, Sue
Buckingham, Ray Franklin, Greg Zollars.
Judy Freeman, Marla Meadors, Cari
Potter, Dawn Owings lvice-presidentl,
Kim Anderson, Sandy Pratt, Sharon
Anderson. lBottom rowl Mr. Swenson.
Steve Bishop. Mike Jensen, Jack
Barber, Chuck Zollars. Ron Stelina.
Dewey Kast, Mr. Vosburgh, Mr.
fUpper Left! Curt Hamady, Janine Turnboo, Randy Grebb. Glen
Harlow. CTop Rightb "Happy Painters" IBottom Leftl "Ahh!"
CBottom Right! Dawn Owings QV. Presj, and Lee Howard
the Onlll team Spankeo Rallies Ano
Top:Ueh ubnghd Ann Murphy,Laune
Halcos, Linda Redmond lco-captainl,
Cheryl Lillie, Jan Treat, Cindy Randolph
lcaptainl, Lisa Park lcaptainl, Laura
Redmond lco-captainl, Laurie Walton,
Marian Johnson. Stephanie Hubbard.
Cindy Randolph and Laurie Halcos head
toward Canal Street to line up for the
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waiting for their name to be announced
for their first performance. lTop leftl.
Drill Team at practice. lTop righti. Drill
Team marching down town during
Homecoming, lBottom leftl.
the 1973-74 yeamsook
Staff humzieo to meet
Rhonda Conrad and George O'Regan concentrate on writing
body copy for the sports section, iAbovei. The yearbook staff
clowns around as one of their daily activities, iTop righti. Laurie
Walton. Lisa Park, and Elaine Miller discuss layout situations.
Pam Cochran types out body copy for a lay out, lTop Leftl.
Editors: Jill Chance and Gail Wylie, checking over layouts.
lBottom Leftl. Darien Davis and Sonia Gastaldi sell yearbooks
in front of the boy's gym. lTop Rightl. Joni Edison keeps track
of yearbook sales, lBottom Rightl.
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EV CIUB GAVE VAIUABIE SERVICE
BIBIE ClUB SOUGHE
Top: llst row: left to rightl David
Dwyer, John Riley lV. Pres.l', Kevin
O'Meara lPres.l, Dave Parrish, Willie
Rupley. John Mosbacher, Rod
Newrinski. l2nd rowl David Cate. Glen
Corson, Bryan Deming, Bob Niles. Gary
Gruwell, Steve Baker.
llst row: left to rightl Jim Eggert. Brent
Stewart, Phillip Mielke, Ken Hughes, Bill
Langford. Larry Hamilton, Glen Cain.
Norman Jones, Curt Lomax, Randy
Fritzmeier. Bryan Deming, Jim Nelson,
Ralph Eslick. l2nd rowl Laurie Walton,
Joni Edison, Peggy Puthuff, Judy
Cundal, Joyce Cundal, Kathleen Jones.
AIIS Bnouqht the Worzlo toqethen
Top: A.F.S. Officers lleft to rightl Jinx Hall lPres.l, Sue Hanan
lV. Pres.l, Beatrice Hill lSec. Treas.l, Florci Esquivel llst row:
left to rightl "The Gang" Richard Lenhart, Kathy Brown. Kirsty
Tosh, Jennifer Henderson, Kathy Highley, Sue Henley. Julie
Nichols, Lisa Johnson, Jennifer Bennett, Susan Pratt, Glen
Cain, Janie Carpenter, Brent Stewart, Diane Piava, Ray
Heberer, Ken Hughes. l2nd rowl Linda Nelson, Sue Hanan,
Laurie Ceccareli, Jinx Hall, Florci Esquivel. Beatrice Hill, Mr.
IZIORCI Brzouqht AIHGRICADS CIOSGR
lTop Leftl Florci talks at A.F.S. assembly. lUpper Rightl Florci with friends lrma Cruz
and Minerva Cruz. lLower Leftl Florci talking with Irma Cruz in the cafeteria.
My year as one of the El Dorado High
school students has added and taught
much to me, Since the first day here the
friendliness and sympathy of all
members of the school helped me to
feel self confidence and security, Maybe
nobody can understand the great
meaning of an A.F.S. Scholarship until
they live it, but one of the best things of
that experience is that you learn so
much about yourself and about the
people. I can say, in my case. the
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE has
achieved one of its main purposes: that
is, give to the student the best
f educational experience possible. I am
X' really grateful to it for this wonderful
opportunity. My American family is just
marvelous: they have given me a year
full of happiness, love and joy. while l
don't have words to thank them so
much for everything, the same as my
wonderful family back in Costa Flica:
and the Lord Our God, that made real
my golden dream. From now on, the
beautiful memories of my time at El
f Dorado. at the small city of Placerville
and at our country of Cedar Grove will
live forever in my mind and in my heart.
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Top: lleft to rightl Carmel Arundell.
Annie Delfino, Linda Harvey. Linda
Redmond, Laurie Halcos, Barbara
Dunbar, Anita Dixon, Marian Johnson.
SERVICE WHERE UEECEO
lLeft to rightl Susan Henley, Janet Riley.
Jeanie Aiken. Terri Jones. Jane Treat.
Mary Ehlman, Darlene Glessman, Mary
Schamoon. Laurie Ealton, Marla
Meadors, Marian Johnson, Cindy
Randolph, Lisa Parks.
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down Canal Street in the Homecoming
Parade. ltopi. Left to right the Marching
Band plays for a rally in their colorful
hats, lbottoml. The Trumpet Section:
lfront rowi Randy Cray, Harvey
Hamilton. Kevin Sorbello. lback rowl
Robbie Cannon, Mike Gonzales, Joe
Heberer, Mike Jones, Mary Harris. and
The drums, bells, and symbols section: lfront rowl Bill
Barineau, David Sharpe, Kirk Beane, Lee Ann Flickinger, and
ltop leftl The tuba and trombone section: lleft to rlghtl Leonard
Payton, Jack Buster, Craig Vreeken, Andy Thomas, Mark
McGee, Jeff Cannon, Ken Mello, Ray Heberer. ltop rightl The
french horn section: Lee Comer, Karen Cassel. Greg McLaskey.
lbottom leftl The clarinet section: lfront rowl Kathy Highley,
Bruce Bragington, Bob Hosea, Tim Rankin. Michelle Pollak.
lmiddle rowl Kim McVicar, Liz Branscomb, Jennifer Fleming.
Kathy DeVorss, Dana Krystofek. lback rowl Gayle Cate, Kathy
Strickland, Peggy Putoff, and Stephanie Varozza.
Julie McComas. lmiddle rowl Lisa Johnson, Marty McCoy,
Diane Teague, lback rowl Jennifer Henderson, Mary Dugan.
iTop: left to rightl saxophones: Flay
Burns, Linda Nelson, Glen Cain, Sheryl
Sterner. l2nd rowl Kevin Corson, Lorna
Payton, Tom Heberer. Hilary Atwood
stands at attention before directing the
Marching Band. lBottom: left to rightl
Cindy Paulkman, Sue Pratt. Kathy
Johnson, Joan Reynolds, Janet Scott.
l2nd rowl Faith Lumsden, Jean Potts,
Karen Glands, and Jan Peabody.
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Jazz Band placed first in the AA division at Oakmont Jazz
Festival and will represent the Western U.S. on a tour of
Europe from June 17 through July lst playing in London,
England: Paris, France: Salzburg, Innsbruck, Austria: and
Munich, Germany. This year they also participated in the Reno
Jazz Festival and the C.M.E.A. Jazz Festival in Sacramento.
lTopl, John Bosch kept the beat going on through the year.
lBottoml, Left to Right, Hilary Atwood, Janae Stowe, Jacquie
Reed, John Bosch. and Larry Parks. l2nd Rowl, Mike Jones,
Joe Heberer, Kevin Sorbello, Andy Thomas, Ken Mello, Ray
Heberer, Craig Vreeken. lBottom Rowl, David Muir, Cheryl
Stermer, Glen Cain, Tom Heberer, Charles Stermer.
lOpposite page: Top Leftl, Larry Parks concentrated on getting
the chords right.
lTop Flightl, Kevin Sorbello and Joe Heberer practiced early
lBottom Leftl, David Muir and Cheryl Stermer played their
saxophones with much skill.
lBottom Rightl, Flay Heberer was the Herb Alpert of the band.
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Top Right: The concert was a success
when the choir contributed their songs.
Top Left: The choir warms up before a
Bottom, Left to Right: lTop Flowl,
Margo Klotz, Julianna Harn, Margaret
Hohn. Julie Nichols, Barbara Blagg,
Wendy Flieger, Penny McGuire, Shirley
Johnson, Margie Caballero, Tara
DiGuirco, Mrs. McGauhey. lCenter
Rowl, Julie Sherb, Maribeth Wakeley.
Gail Heagey, Kathy Sharpe, Celeste
Painter, Ramona Jennison. Kathy
Anderson, Kellie Moore, Suzanne
O'Malley. lBottom Rowl, Joyce
Atkinson, Casey Morris, Luke Lowery,
Wayne Von Flunnen, Joe Harn, Louie
Flieger, Rick Hernandez, Junior Mings,
lKCCOmDllShmEnT1 WAS Stuoents COl1l1Cll,S Goal
tudent Council lTopg Left to Rightl Vicki Johnson lC.S.M.O.
p.l, Erin Combs lsophomore rep.l. Miss Boesch lAdvisorl,
Indy Ezzel lJunior rep.l. and Jeff Montgomery lDirecotr of
thleticsl lBottom rowl Mark Spindler lSenior Class Pres.l,
orna Dilts lCommissioner of Publicity and Entertainmentl,
arlene Fassett lSecretaryl. Spencer Weston lPresidentl.
Steve Baker iVice-Pres.l. Gail Wylie lAsst. Commissioner of
Financel, Denise Cook lCommissioner of Financel, and Elaine
Miller iSenior class rep.l. This year's Student Council revised
the constitution. They also created an election board in order to
help elections of officers go more smoothly.
newspaper: Staff "the
Way they werze"
most of the time
The newspaper staff worked to publish a
school newspaper. on a regular basis, to
inform and entertain students, and with
the hope of a school newpaper
becoming part of the curriculum. They
worked to make the newspaper
interesting to students by changing the
name of it on every issue and dedicating
it to school life. THE SUNSHINE TIMES,
GOOD NOOSE-BAD NOOSE, and
COUGAR TAILS were some of the
names tried, As a result a journalism
course was added to the class offerings
for next year.
lTopi Newspaper did their usual thing
during class. lBottom3 Left to Righti
Debbie .York, Greg Fluckey, Gail Albini,
Paul Bauske, Judy Freeman. Mike
Jenson, Linda Edison. Jane Gemmett,
Ron Biggs, Pam Shepherd, Judy
Bradshaw, Dawn Ests. lFront row: Left
to Flighti Kara Houghtaling, Elizabeth
Blood, Margaret Parker, and Paula Coan.
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iTop Lefti Honorary Boy member of
Girls League, Jim Shidier, President
Debbie York, and Jean Potts contribute
toys to the Sheriffs Office for Christmas.
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Janet Payne having an interesting
discussion with their Advisor Mrs.
Dusek. iBottom Fiighti At a meeting,
Jean Potts, Valerie Jacobs, and Debbie
Jacobs do a lot of planning with Mrs.
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operating the concession stand during
the first football game of the season.
They also contributed to the toy drive
headed by the Sheriff's Department.
Top lleft to rightl Class officers: Janae
Stowe lTreas.l, Lori Rosen lSec.l, Mike
Koszalka lHistorianl, Diana Card lV.P.l,
and Jay Winkler lPresidentl. Bottom
lleft to rightl Mary Harris, Liz
Branscomb, Steve Baker, and Jeanie
Akens. lmiddle rowl Diana Card, Lori
Rosen, Laurie Gray, Glen Cain, Larry
Hamilton, Andy Thomas. and Pat
Kinkaid. lRight rowl Sarah Blair, Janae
Stowe, Linda Nelson, Jay Winkler, Mike
Kozalka, Joe Yurkovic, Jeff Grebb, and
Sue Hanan. lstanding: left to rightl
Bryan Deming, Faith Lumsden, Robert
Alerdice and Tom Kenka.
pnesioents pnesioeo Oumno Oemolmlon yeaiz
Spimlller: Senior: Lorna Dilts. Girls' League: Linda Mot
C.S.lVl.O.1 Don Mosbacher, Block "E": and President's Clu
Kevin O'Meara, Key Club: Gail Wylie, Rifle: Diana Car
Frenohg wall behind, plans for new school.
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entertainment at the fair grounds. Then with the help of "A-
lotta Lard Pomeade". they became "Ricky and the
This page upper left: Dear Rhonda Conrad is selling programs
at the Homecoming Game.
Upper right: Galland's Pastry 1307 Broadway and 444 Main
Street in Placerville. a sweet place to eat.
Lower left: Robinson's Pharmacy comes through for El Dorado
again. 395 Main St.. Placerville.
Wally Behrens Realtors
Safeway Shopping Center
Pollock Pines, CA 644-1466
Coiffure Beauty Salon
Pony Express Village. Pollock Pines
Congratulations Class of 1974
Ace Hardware of Pollock Pines
Welcomes all El Dorado Graduates
Wish Luck to all '74 Graduates
Clint and Kathy's Pizza Joint
6042 Pony Express Trail--644-2356
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3191 Turner Street
Robert's Christmas Tree Farm
Gilmore Road. Pollock Pines 644-1743
Congratulations to the class of '74
674 Main St. 622-2700
"Serving you as you should be served."
lOpposite page: Top, left to rightl
Faculty and parents enjoy a laugh
together at the Sophomore football
game. Dillingers Furniture, 262 Main
Street, Placerville Ca. lBottom left to
rightl Health and Diet Center. 1492
Broadway, Placerville, Ca. Hangtown
Paint Spot, 1263 Broadway. Placerville.
Ca. lThis page--Topl Montgomery Ward.
Catalog and automotive, "We service
what we sell". lCenterl El Dorado
students enjoy going to fairground
dances. lBottoml The Navy provides
information to many students.
from Mom and Dad.
674 Main St. 622-2700
"Serving you as you should
Ponderosa Park, General Store
and Camp Ground
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Swansboro Realty, 345 Placerville Dr.
Placerville. Curry's Factory Homes. 345
Placerville Dr. Placerville. Bottom:
Diamond National Company, 150 Forni
lThis pagei Top: left to right- Broadway
Florist, 1349 Broadway, Placerville.
Snowline Engineering. 2965 Gatlin
Road. Placerville. Bottom: Memory
Chapel, 675 Bee Street, Placerville.
Mother Lode Salvage
Home of ElegantJunque
We buy 84 sell
Smith Flat, CA
Clint 81 Kathy's Pizza Joint
6042 Pony Express Trail 644-2356
615 Placerville Drive
Vi's Beauty Shoppe
611 Placerville Drive
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Last Christmas-was full of many exciting
Top Left: Many people bought
Christmas trees at Santa's acres.
Bottom Left: Santa treats kids to candy
Opposite page Top Left: Decorating a
Christmas tree at the courthouse.
Opposite page Top Right: Santa gives
Opposite page Bottom Left: At Bank of
America a "big baby" sits on Santa's
Opposite page Bottom Right: City of
Placerville employees enjoy Christmas
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lopposite pagel Top: left to right- Hangtown Hardware 1309
Broadway, Placerville, Ca. Mother Lode Bank 447 Main Street.
Placerville, Ca. Bottom: Michigan California Lumber Company
Camino, Cal. 95709. lThis pagel Top: left to right-Sanitex
Cleaners, 369 Main street, Placerville. El Dorado Tractor 3400
Carson Ct. Placerville. Bottom: left to right- Murray's
Stationery, 311 Main Street, Placerville. Combellack's, 339
Main Street. Placerville.
Ace Hardware of Pollock Pines
Welcomes all El Dorado Graduates
Wish luck to All "74" Graduates.
Dr. Paul L. Washburn, O.D.
"Congratulations Class of "74".
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lopposite pagel: Top--Patterson Motors P.O. Box 351
Placerville Drive. Bottom left to right- Hangtown Bowl P.O.
Box 787 Placerville Drive. Wheldon Realty 6410 Pony Express
Trail Box 608. lThis pagel Top: Dillinger's Furniture 262 Main
Street. Bottom: left to right- Dawson's floor fashions 352 Main
Street. Al Hinds Automotive 640 Main Street. Bradford Power
Tools 2950 Paul Bunyan Road.
Hedrick and Duncan Chain Saws
6407 Pony Express
Pollock Pines, California
PO Box 206
Pollock Pines. California
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Top: Lumsden Real Estate: 3184
Center Street: Placerville, Cal.
Bottom Left: Mountain Nlotors: 3033
Sacramento Street: Placerville, Cal.
Bottom Right: Elaine Miller draws a
cold draft of old fashioned root beer at
A8iW Root Beer, 1365 Broadway.
Placerville. a favorite spot for El Dorado
students to meet and eat.
BUSINESSES met neeos
Top left: Laurie Walton and Lisa Park try one of the big tires on
for size at the Tire Exchange, 1540 Broadway, Placerville. CA.
Bottom left: Joni Edison and Lil Charpentier look over some
work savers at Collins Auto Parts, 327 Main Street, Placerville.
CA. Below: Memory Chapel, 675 Bee Street. Placerville, CA.
The Medical Prescription Shop
3191 Turner St.
Placerville, Calif. 95667
Pmisinnms APPLHWCES Petrolane
5060 Pony Express Trail
Camino, Calif. 95709
Cedar Grove Grocery
P.0. Box 157
Camino, Calif. 95708
Jean W. Babcock, M.D.
1069 Marshall Way
Placerville, Calif. 95667
Douglas Tustin, M.D.
1085 Marshall Way
Best of Luck to class of '74
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Top left: The Beauty Boutique-1301 Broadway, Placerville.
CA. Right: Donut Corral: PO Box 668, Pollock Pines, Ca.,
"Best Donuts in Pollock Pines". Bottom left: Williams Auto
Parts: 107 Placerville Dr., Placerville, CA. Right: Raley's Drug
Center: 160 Placerville Dr., Placerville, CA. Opposite page:
Sierra Nevada House, PO Box 568, Coloma, CA. 95613.
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lThis page: Top Leftl The Gold Palette: 460 Main St.:
Placerville, Ca, lTop Flightl Zollars Chevron: 1361 Broadway:
Good Luck Class of '74'. lBottom Leftl Pan American Air
Ways: San Francisco, Ca. lBottom Rightl The Front Porch:
1247 Broadway: "Fabric 84 FriIls." lOpposite Page: Top Leftl
Beno's for Levis since 1849. lTop Rightl El Dorado Van Gas:
621 Placerville Dr.: Placerville, Ca. lBottom Leftl Western
Paint and Wallpaper: 175 Placerville Drive: Placerville, Ca.
lBottom Rightl Cash Mercantile: 406 Nlain St.: Placerville, Ca.
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lThis Page Top Leftl C 81 H Parts Inc.: 610 Main St.: Placer-
ville, Ca. lRightl Jim's Building Supply: 660 Placerville Dr:
Placerville. Ca. lBottom Leftl Ben Franklin Store: 398 Main
St.: Placerville, Ca. iRightl Eagle Scouts-Rick Loser of
Ponderosa, Mark lVlcKinstry and Randy Cray of El Dorado
receive their Eagle Scout rank from Charles Copeland. and El
Dorado alumnus. Left of the boys are George and Rose Loser
who were instrumental in qualifying the boys to receive
scouting's highest rank. lOpposite Page Top Lefti Whelan's
Home Furnishings: Pony Express Village: Pollock Pines, Ca.
644-3071. lMiddlei Bradford Power Tools: Paul Bunyon St.:
Hyway 50. lRightl Denny's Restaurant: 232 Main St.:
Placerville. Ca. lBottom Leftl G 84 O Body Shop: 750 Green
Valley Rd.: Placerville, Ca. lRightl Sportsman's Hall: Rt. 1 Box
101: Camino, Ca.
Sierra Habitat Quality Homes
by Richard L. Kitowski Construction
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Placerville, Ca 95667 Congratulations Lill, from mom and dad.
Opposite Page-Sue Ebbert and Giselle Pierce working hard at
EI Dorado Savings, 310 Center Street, Placerville. This page:
Top, Placerville Lumber Co., Smith Flat, Placerville. Bottom:
Placer Finance, 76 Main St., Placerville. Friday House, P.O,
Box 98, Coloma. Sly Park Resort 4782 Sly Park Road Good
luck to the class of '74
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lTop Leftl Golden Cleaning Center: 1331 Broadway:
Placerville, Ca. lFlightl Pargas: P.O. Box 5293 Placerville Drive:
Placerville, Ca. lBottom Leftl Students enjoy dance at fair-
grounds. lRightl Broadway Florist: 1349 Broadway: Placer-
Big O Tires
85 Placerville Dr.
Fl. Wesley Carter D.D.S.
Best Wishes Class of '74
lTopl Fred Vogt shows Florci Esquivel,
A.F.S. exchange student from Cosga
Rica, around Placerville. lBottoml
Hangtown Pharmacy: 1341
Broadway: Congratulations to class of
Mr. and Mrs. George Visman
High Hill Ranch
2860 High Hill Rd. Placerville, Ca.
Strout Realty of Placerville
2920 Highway 50 East Placerville
"For your future home."
C.M. Berridge D.D.S.
1 1 12 Corker St.
375 Main St. Placerville, Ca.
The Hobby Hut
364 Main St.
P.O. Box 31 1
Robert's Christmas Tree Farm
Gilmore Road, Pollock Pines, 644-1743
Congratulations to the Class of '74
138 A Main St.
Clifton and Warren
574 Placerville Dr.
Mother Lode Communications
261 Placerville Dr.
Terri Finney-District Attorney
259 Placerville Dr.
Congratulations Class of '74
137 Placerville Dr.
Congratulations and Good Luck
for the Future.
Placerville Bicycle Shop
362 Placerville Dr.
Sales, repairs, parts
Opposite Page-Round Table Pizza. This Page-Top right: Ken
Collins Motors, 1412 Broadway, Placerville. Top left: Foothill
Disposal Service, P.O. Box 327, Diamond Springs. Bottom:
Diamond National Co. 150 Forni Fload, Placerville.
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February 8,1974. the main building of El Dorado High School
was laid to rest in a solemn funeral ceremony marking its
demise. The funeral began with' a procession up Canal Street
to the front lawn of the school, where Jone Edison gave the
invocation. Miss Johnson gave remarks and Preston Roundtree
gave the committal. Spencer Weston presented a plaque to be
placed in the new school in commemoration of the old
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members included Janice Williams, Spencer Weston. Linda
and Laura Redmond. The committee planned the funeral and
designed a plaque in dedication to the old building.
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lets keep on looking for the light.
Oh can't you see the Morning After
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Why don't we cross the bridge together
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